Props used in Harry Potter, Star Wars, and even Titanic are going to be passed on to the next generation of mega fans.
Dimitry Muratov, a journalist who won the Nobel Peace Prize last year, has auctioned off his medal for $103.5 million and will be donating the money to help child refugees from Ukraine. The auction concluded on World Refugee Day, and the entire amount will be going to UNICEF’s humanitarian response for Ukrainian children who have been displaced by the war.
Pokémon trading cards have existed since 1998. Just like investments, special elite cards can be traded for more valuable Pokémon, and it doesn’t look like trading cards are going away anytime soon. At the March Premier Auction, there was a rare, first edition, 1999 holographic Charizard card that was sold for a flaming $420,000. The card collector said, “his historic piece of art designed by celebrated artist Mitsuhiro Arita is easily the most recognizable Pokémon card ever made.”
Michael Jordan retired from professional sports many years ago, but he still finds ways to break records.
Guitar players around the world are currently bidding thousands of dollars for an old, scratched up guitar on the internet.
Get ready to make your way to Jurassic Park because the world’s biggest triceratops fossil is now on sale, and experts say it could sell fast. The fossil, now nicknamed “Big John,” is estimated to be 66 million years old, but said to look good for his age.